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  1. avatar says

    HI,
    i would like to get the strong advises from you, I feel sad because I prepared my self for exams but i still didn’t pass all 3 papers F4 ,F6 & F8.
    i hope to pass all my papers as well as my friends,
    and need new plan for 2013
    thank you

  2. avatar says

    Hi mike,

    tell me is it possible to down load, because my net connection is very slow,if want to listen, need to wait, long hours, and some time in between link lost,. so it is helpful if down loadable.hope will get.

  3. avatar says

    It’s helpful. But I Like to recommend OpenTuition to help the Students & arrange the lectures (Explainations) where Students could practice the Past Papers Questions.
    Especially for the Audit’s papers.
    I’m sure this would be loved by the students.

  4. avatar says

    Need clarification: It is noted that each question should be answered on a new page in the answer booklet. Does that mean that Question 1a can be followed by Question 1b on the same page? Or should 1a be on a separate page from 1b?
    My understanding is that Question 1 and its parts constitutes one question and the change to a new page takes place from question 2.

    • Profile photo of MikeLittle says

      @joannebretney, Technically, you’re correct – the answer to question 2 should start on a new page and not on the same page that the answer to question 1 finished. And again, you’re correct – answer to question 1b can start on the same page as the end of your answer to question 1a.

      However, why would you wish to start the answer to 1b on the same page as your answer to question 1a? The tree from which the paper has been produced has already sacrificed its life for the benefit of ACCA exam candidates!

      OK, I generally accept the principle that we should not be wasteful so how about this as a compromise? Yes, start your answer to each new question on a new page. With reference to parts a, b and c of a question, leave about 10 lines after each separate part – just in case you should happen to have any after-thoughts as you progress through the rest of the exam

      OK?

    • Profile photo of MikeLittle says

      @joannebretney, Why would you not start every answer on a new page? The tree from which the paper has been produced has already sacrificed its life for the benefit of ACCA examination candidates.

      Clearly, your answer to question 2 should start on a new page and should not simply be a continuation of your answer to question 1.

      With reference to your answers to parts b, c and d of questions 1 – well, you COULD start them on a new page but, in the interests of cutting out unnecessary waste, instead of answering each new PART of a question starting on a new page, why not compromise by leaving say 10 lines between the end of your answer to part a before your answer to part b starts?

      OK

      • Profile photo of MikeLittle says

        @MikeLittle, Sorry! After I had typed the first response and pressed send, I got the message that my post had not gone through successfully. So I re-typed it….. and now look what’s happened!

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